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2017

Developing access to your woodland increases opportunities for its use.

Learn how to manage single-aged forest forests through all stages of development, from early and intermediate treatments to improve stand conditions to final harvests to creating new forests through regeneration.

Forests with different age classes of trees, called “uneven-aged” forests provide a number of different ecosystem values than single-aged forests.

More and more people are starting to experiment with making wine at home.

The need to develop youth that understand and care about forests and the natural world has never been greater.

Lack of adequate tree regeneration is one of the top concerns in many woodlands in Pennsylvania and throughout the Northeast.

Streamside forest buffers stabilize streambanks, reduce erosion, restore natural flow patterns to waterways, provide wildlife habitat (including pollinators), as well as provide opportunities for income.